Titan Poker's VIP players are being offered free chances to participate in the second European Championship of Online Poker (ECOOP II) and the Eurocity Poker Tour Madrid Open (ECPT Madrid Open), the most highly anticipated poker events of May. ECOOP II is the biggest online poker event this spring, with an unprecedented $3,600,000 guaranteed prize pool, and the ECPT Madrid is an elite tournament which will be staged at the Casino Gran Madrid in Spain, open to just two hundred of the world's best poker players.
Both events cost thousands of dollars to enter and offer generous cash prizes. However, members of Titan Poker's exclusive VIP club can claim their seats without investing a cent. This month, Titan Poker is staging two exclusive VIP tournaments awarding thirteen prize packages directly to these events.
On the 18th of April, the popular poker room will award ten prize packages worth $3,000 each to the ECPT Madrid at the ECPT Madrid Open VIP Tournament. At the end of the month, Titan Poker will also stage the ECOOP VIP Special, which is giving away three $3,420 prize packages - entries to all ten ECOOP II events. VIP players will receive free entry to these two tournaments when they earn a specified number of Titan Poker Points, which are automatically released into a player's account when they play online at Titan Poker.
In March, Titan Poker gave 18 VIP players free seats to its $2,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Tournament. The poker room frequently stages competitions and races enabling VIP players to win free seats to huge tournaments - both online and across the globe.
Titan Poker's VIP Club was launched in March 2006 to reward players for their loyalty to the poker room. With six different VIP levels, Titan Poker players benefit from incentives such as monthly cash bonuses, faster points accumulation and regular freerolls.
Titan Poker frequently awards its players with seats at the world's most well-known poker tournaments, such as the Aussie Millions and various European Poker Tour events. Titan Poker will also be sending players to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, and the World Poker Showdown in the Dominican Republic later this year.